Investigators are travelling to Nepal to examine the site of a crash which killed 7 Britons. The trip was booked by a Hampshire travel firm.
The 36-year-old murder victim, found outside a pub in Farnborough at the weekend, has been named as Ray Dibbs.
The man was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead on Sunday afternoon
Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary in Hampshire in which 3 altar cards, used in Mass, were taken.
Thieves stole the cards from St Michaels Abbey in Farnborough sometime between Sunday 16th February and the following Thursday.
One of the cards is A3 in size whilst the others are smaller.
Detective Constable Tim Faltermeyer who is investigating the incident said, "The cards are unique and irreplaceable. I would ask anyone who has been offered these for sale, or who knows where they are to contact us."
Road works are due to start on High Street, Farnborough between it’s junctions with Camp Road and Peabody Road on 17th February and are expected to last for six days.Surfacing works are then scheduled to take place on 7th April.
During the above, the road will be closed to through traffic from approximately 9.30am to 4.30pm. The road will be open during evenings and weekends.Information signs advising road users of the works will be erected before the start of works.
A 19 year-old from Hampshire has become the first woman to be win a flying scholarship from Farnborough Airport. Training to become a pilot costs tens of thousands of pounds. The grant scheme assists young local people with the initial cost of lessons.
The scheme also helps to keep the tradition of flying alive at the birthplace of British aviation.
Farnborough was the site of of the first ever powered flight in Britain. ITV Meridian's Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
The first woman has joined a scheme that allows young people to learn how to fly at the British home of aviation in Farnborough.
NIneteen-year-old Miriam Pratap from local area, has been awarded a scholarship to help her start her training. Learning how to become a pilot can cost more than £100,000.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Farnborough. The incident occurred at around 8am on Sunday, December 22 in an alleyway that runs between Montgomery Road and Cove Road.
The victim, a 23-year-old man, was walking along the alleyway when he was approached by two unknown men who assaulted him resulting in a cut to his head and bruising.
Police have released an image of a man after a spate of burglaries in Hampshire. He was one of four men seen after a house in Avenue Road was broken into on November 20. All four men were white, with two in their mid to late twenties and a third in his late 40s with a 'worn' face.
PC Tom Whittle said: 'We are also investigating a further seven burglaries in the Cove area of Farnborough which happened on November 15 and 20. All took place between 3pm and 6pm and entry was gained by forcing rear doors.
'We would also like to hear from anyone who has seen a silver or white Volkswagen Bora or Passat, which was seen in the area before the burglaries took place.' Anyone with any information is asked to contact PC Whittle at Aldershot Police Station on 101 or the Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111.
A man has been charged following a fatal road traffic collision in Farnborough.
Craig Lesley Hammond who's 30, and of Larch Way in Farnborough is charged with causing death by careless driving, causing death by careless driving while under the influence of alcohol and failing to stop at the scene of an accident.
It follows the death of 25-year-old Rebecca Bignell on Sunday 10th November. She died after the car she was travelling in came off the road at Kennels Lane.
Craig Hammond has been remanded in custody.
Hampshire Police have reopened the roads around the Kingsmead shopping centre in Farnborough after an earlier incident.
Officers were called to the scene after reports of man jumping from the roof this morning. He received medical treatment but the 84-year-old local man died from his injuries. His next-of-kin have been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious.
The emergency services are attending an incident at the Kingsmead shopping centre in Farnborough - after reports of a man jumping from the roof. Hampshire Police were called at 8.18am. The man is currently receiving emergency medical treatment.
The road leading into the Kingsmead entrance has been closed off while the incident is being dealt with. Motorists and shoppers are being advised to expect some delays.